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GM Update, EAS Questionnaire Download, And a Clarification on RAD Studio Versions Numbering

In this issue:

  1. GM Update: Better Tools, Stronger Community

  2. The Big Enterprise Application Development Questionnaire: 132 Questions to Help You Get Your Next EAS Contract

  3. A Clarification on RAD Studio Versions Numbering


GM Update: Better Tools, Stronger Community


It should come as no surprise that a lot is happening in software development. While the industry showed much resilience during Covid, even we are not immune to the recent changes in our global economy. Significant attention is being given to those changes, especially in regions that have had a more substantial impact from world events. While this puts pressure on our users and our partners, we have a strong commitment to continue delivering results within RAD Studio and InterBase...


The Big Enterprise Application Development Questionnaire:

132 Questions to Help You Get Your Next EAS Contract


The purpose of enterprise software is to automate and optimize operations for a given business, so that the business can grow efficiently and achieve its goals.


If you’ve been contracted for an EAS (Enterprise Application Software) project, you have to do the necessary preparation to determine what the client wants and needs, plan implementation and delivery, and reach an agreement on every detail of the project.


This guide contains the 132 most important questions you need to ask to develop the specifications and plan for your enterprise project. They cover 11 core categories that form the backbone of EAS systems...


A Clarification on RAD Studio Versions Numbering


As announced when Embarcadero released RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 11 Alexandria, the product now has a different version numbering scheme compared to the 10.x series. Let's clarify...

This article originally appeared on Embarcadero Newsletter: GM Update, EAS Questionnaire Download, And a Clarification on RAD Studio Versions Numbering



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